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SCHOOL OF MAINE. 




1881. 






MEDICAL SCHOOL OF MAINE 



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BOWDOIN COLLEGE. 



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61st Course, 



COMMENCING FEBRUARY 10th, 1881. 



BRUNSWICK : 
TELEGRAPH PRINTING OFFICE 

1880. 



FACULTY. 



JOSHUA L. CHAMBERLAIN, LL.D President. 

ALFRED MITCHELL, M.D Secretary. 

ISRAEL T. DANA, M.D Pathology and Practice. 

WILLIAM W. GREENE, M.D Surgery and Clinical Surgery. 

ALFRED MITCHELL, M.D Obstetrics and Diseases of Women 

and Children. 

CHARLES W. GODDARD, A.M Medical Jurisprudence. 

FREDERIC H. GERRISH, M.D Materia Medica, Therapeutics, 

and Public Health. 

HENRY CARMICHAEL, Ph.D Chemistry. 

BURT G. WILDER, M.D Physiology. 

STEPHEN H. WEEKS, M.D Anatomy. 

DANIEL F. ELLIS, M.D Registrar and Librarian. 

AUGUSTUS P. DUDLEY, M.D Demonstrator of Anatomy. 

JOHN T. GILMAN, M.D From the Board of Trustees. 



WILLIAM H. TODD, M.D From the Board of Overseers. 



A.. J. BILLINGS, M.D., 

Visitors from Maine Medical Association. 
C. A. PACKARD, M.D., 



CLASS-1880. 



Names. 

Carroll Waite Abbott, 
Wendell Holmes Adams, a.b., 
Everett Fremont Adams, 
James Gordon Atkinson, 
Francis Loring Banfield, 
William Russell Barry, 

Samuel Joseph Bassford, 
Octavus Augustine Beal, 
Charles Edwin Bigelow, a.b., 
George William Bourne, a.b., 

Cornelius Francis Bradley, 
Benjamin Randall Browne, 
Ellison Frank Brown, 
David Wellington Bunker, 
James Oliver Harmon Burnham, 
Orlando Warrington Charles, 
Pell Russell Clason, a.b., 
John Augustus Clow, 
Joseph Jordan Cobb, 
Fred Henry Daniels, 
Howard Sumner Dearing, a.b., 



Residences. 



Preceptors. 



East Bumf or d, G. H. Wilson. 

Litchfield, E. Adams. 

Cochituate, Mass., C. H. Boodey. 

Bay yerte, N. B., A. Pearson. 

Wolfboro, N. H., R. H. King. 

Saint George, N. B., J. P. Ker and 

H. McLachlin. 

Thomaston, Conn., F. E. Chandler. 

Phillips, F. A. Kimball. 

Danielsonville, Conn., A. D. Weeks. 

Kennebunk, G.H. Cummings 

and P. S. M. I. 

Portland, H. N. Small and P. S. M. I. 



Wiscasset, 
Lewiston, 
West Trenton, 



S. B. Cushman. 

R. L. Harlow. 

L. W. Hodgkins. 



Limerick, C.H. Burnham & S.O.Clark. 

North Fryeburg, F. A. Mitchell. 

Gardiner, A. F. Plimpton. 

Waltham, L. W. Hodgkins. 

Lovell Centre, I. Chandler. 

Union, W. A. Albee. 

East Waterboro, A. K. P. Meserve 

and P. S. M. I. 



MEDICAL SCHOOL OF MAINE. 



Lora Daniel Dennett, s.b., 
Walter Harris Dinsmore, 
Walter Joseph Downs, 
Charles Andrew Dunham, 
Merton Oliver Edwards, 
Ferry Herbert El kins, 
Walter Elmore Fernald, 
Everett Flood, a.b., 
Hartwell James Frederick, 
Albert Lincoln French, 
Willis LeForest Gatchell, 
Charles Henry Gibbs, 
Elisha Tolman Gould, 
Linzy Emilus Grant, 
John Roberts Haley, 
Granville Albert Harlow, 
Charles Delos Hill, 
John Alexander Houston, Jr., 
Charles Campbell Jaques, 
Hachadoor Garabed Jermagian, 
Edward Johnson, 
Alonzo Thomas Lamb, 
George Edward Lane, 
Irving Mabry, 
William Hardy Milliken, 
Frank Brown Morrill, 
Willis Eldon McAllister, 



Buxton, R. G-. Dennett, A. J. Berry 

and P. S. M. I. 

C. J. Milliken and 
P. S. M. I. 

Waldoborough, F. B. Merrill. 



Harrington, 



Bath, 

Monmouth, 

Oldtown, 

Kittery, 

Clinton, 

Monmouth, 

Lewiston, 

West Baldwin, 



R. D. Bibber. 

D. E. Marston. 

J. B. Elkins. 

M. F. Wentworth. 

P. M. Whitten. 

A. P. Snow. 

A. G. French. 

C. W. Stockman. 



North Livermore, C. B. Bridgham and 

C. E. Philoon. 

North Leeds, R. S. Loring. 

South Berwick, C. P. Gerrish. 

Kennebunk Depot, F. M. Ross. 

Canton Point, F. G-arcelon. 

Limerick, S. O. Clark. 
Portland, H. IS". Small and P. S. M. I. 

Richmond, C. Kindrick. 

Ordoo, Turkey, B. F. Dunn. 

West Bridgton, J. P. Webb. 

Auburn, A. M. Peables. 

Brunswick, A. Mitchell. 
Hiram, M. Swett and J. D. Bennett. 

Saco, M. L. Marr. 

Auburn, A. M. Peables. 

Calais, J. H. Robbins. 



MEDICAL SCHOOL OF MAINE. 



Haverhill, Mass. 

Wilton, 
New burg, 
Cornish, 
Lowell, Mass., 



William John McCaw, 

Elisha Atwood McCollister, a.b., Canton Point, 
George Emerald McCurdy, Union, 

Francis Oliver Nichols, 

Harold Verne Noyes, 

Samuel Wilson Otis, 

Charles Carroll O'Brion, a.b., 

James Henry O'Toole, 

George Carleton Parker, 

Harold Wentworth Perkins, 

Joseph Wakefield Perkins, 

George Putnam Perley, 

Charles Fremont Phinney, 

George Washington Phillips, a.b., Lewiston, 

Clifford Llewellyn Pike, 

Charles Wesley Pillsbury, 

John Newton Plaisted, 
Frank Merithew Porter, 
Millett Nathan Porter, 

Edward Samuel Power, 
Daniel Arthur Robinson, a.m., 
Horace Dean Robinson, 
Frank Dumont Rollins, 
Frank Eugene Russell, 
Alvah Horton Sabin, M.S., 
Benjamin Patterson Sands, 
Ernest Varian Scribner, a.b., 



Warren, 11. I., S. Hunt, P. S. M. I. 
and J. L. Wellington. 

O. A. Horr. 



W. A. Albee. 

A. T. Stinson and 
I. E. Chase. 

A. B. Adams. 

P. M. Whitten. 

N\ A. Hersom. 

W. M. Hoar. 



Clinton, P. M. Whitten & D. Moody. 
Sing Sing, N. Y., M. F. Wentworth. 



Industry, 


S. P. Warren. 


Bridgton, 


J. P. Webb. 


Phillips, 


F. A. Kimball. 


Lewiston, 


E. H. Hill. 


Sweden, 


C. L. Wilson. 


Scarborough, 
Limington, 


J. Sturdivant and 
E. S. Hanaford. 

J. F. Moulton. 


Searsport, 


E. Hopkins. 


South Paris, 
Millington, Md., 


A. L Graubert and 
I. Pounds. 

E. J. Power. 


Bangor, E. M. 


Field and A. Mitchell. 


Gardiner, 


T. Hildreth. 


Hallowell, 


L. S. Cole. 


Bath, 


C. A. Packard. 


Ripon, Wis., 


H. S. Barues. 


Saco, 


M. E. Hill. 


Lewiston, 


M. C. Wedgewood. 



MEDICAL SCHOOL OF MAINE. 



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Seriah Stevens, 

Walter Scott Sheldon, 
Sumner Phinney Smith, 
George Reuben Smith, 
Frank Adelbert South wick, 
Eusebius Hale Stenhope, 
John Stephenson, 
Frank Dana Switzer Stevens, 
John Aiken Sweat, a.b., 
Augustus Littlefield Tallman, 
Cyrus Freeland Taylor, 
Charles Henry Tobie, 
Samuel Chase Thayer, 

William Seward Thompson, a 
Samuel Brackett Thombs, a.b 
Martin Henry Tierney, 
Joseph Dinsmore Titcomb, 
John Manwell Turner, 
Asa Howard Twitchell, 
George Wallenbeck, 
Cecil Ernest Wasgatt, 
James Buzzell Wescott, 
Leslie Hill Wheeler, 
Fred Granville Winter, 
Albion Keith Parris Witham, 
Horatio Woodbury, a.b., 
John Woodman, 
Arthur Cheney Wright, 



North Sidney, 
Charlestown, R. L, 


A. Crosby and 
A. E. Bessey. 

J. A. Wilcox. 


Bath, 


J. F. Newman. 


Greenville, R. I., 


J. W. Mitchell. 


Portland, 


P. S. M. I. 


Bradford, 


H. D. Worth. 


Knox 


A. J. Billings. 



Lynn, Mass., O.K.Yates and P. S. M. I. 

Brownjleld, J. P. Sweat. 

Bath, R. D. Bibber. 

South Hope, W. A. Albee. 

Mechanic Falls, A. L. Gaubert. 

Waterville, F. C. Thayer, S. C. Gordon 

and P. S. M. I. 

B., Kennebunk, Kimball and P. S. M. I. 
, Gorham, H. N. Small and P. S. M. I. 

Lowell, Mass., W. M. Hoar. 

Kingsbury, J. L. Tobey and W. E. Tarbell. 

Leeds Centre, D. E. Marston. 

Dixmont, S. W. Johnson. 

Ithaca, N. Y., J. A. Northup. 

ML Desert, R. L. Grindle. 

Bath, R. D. Bibber. 

Corinth, F. N. Wheeler. 

King field, L* A. Dascomb. 

New Gloucester, C. Hutchinson. 

Danville, I. Rounds. 

Auburn, A. M. Peables and P. S. M. I. 

Lewiston, E. Russell. 



GRADUATING CLASS— 1881. 



.Names. 



Theses 



William Russell Barry, Typhoid Fever. 

Ellison Frank Brown, Croupous Pneumonia. 

James Oliver Harmon Burnham, Typhoid or Enteric Fever. 



Walter Harris Dinsmore, 

Charles Andrew Dunham, 
Perry Herbert Elkins, 
Elisha Tolman Gould, 

Charles Delos'Hill, 

John Alexander Houston, Jr., 

Charles Campbell Jaques, 
Irving Mabry, 
William Hardy Milliken, 
Samuel Wilson Otis, 



Yariola. 



The Stethoscope. 

Considerations on Traumatic Injuries 
of the Stomach. 

Conduct of a young Physician in a sick 
room. 

Plastic Irites. 



The Complications and Sequelae of 
Scarlatina. 

Scarlatina. 



Diagnostic signs of Pregnancy 
Medical Hygiene. 



Strangulated Hernia. 



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MEDICAL SCHOOL OF MAINE. 



James Henry O'Toole, 
George Putnam Perley, 
Millett Nathan Porter, 
Edward Samuel Power, 

Frank Eugene Russell, 
John Aiken Sweat, 
Cyrus Freeland Taylor, 
Samuel Brackett Thombs, 
Charles Henry Tobie, 



Vaccination. 

The Diagnostic signs of Pregnancy. 

Cinchona^ 

Remarks on Malaria, Intermittent Fe- 
ver and other diseases arising from 
the effects of the poison. 

Diffusion of Medical Science. 

Concussion and Compression. 

Some of the requisites of a physician. 

Diphtheria. 

Dyspepsia. 



ANNOUNCEMENT. 



The Medical School, of Maine, by an Act of the Legislature, is placed 
under the superintendence and direction of the Board of Trustees and Over- 
seers of 13. >wdoin College. By their joint authority all the degrees of M.D. 
are conferred. 

The 61st Course of Lectures will commence February 10th, 1881, and 
continue sixteen weeks. The Introductory Lecture will he delivered at 3 
o'clock P. M., by Prof. Israel T. Dana. 



ANATOMICAL CABINET. 

Its valuable specimens of Morbid and Comparative Anatomy are constantly 
increasing. It has recently been thoroughly re-arranged and enriched by 
valuable purchases abroad. 

The Chemical Department embraces every article of apparatus"essential to 
a complete illustration of the principles of Chemistry. 

Ample facilities are afforded for the study of Analytical Chemistry in the 
College. 



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CLINICS. 



Clinics are held every Saturday morning during the second half of the 
term. Patients requiring medical or surgical advice and treatment may 
present themselves on Saturday mornings from 8 to 11 o'clock. 

All examinations in the presence of the Glass are made without charge. 
All surgical operations are gratuitously performed. 

TERMS OF ADMISSION. 

Candidates for Matriculation will be required to give evidence that they 
possess a good English education. Those who are graduates of Colleges, 
Normal Schools, High Schools, or have passed the entrance examination to 
any recognized College, on presentation of their diplomas and matriculation 
tickets, will be exempted from examination. Examinations will be held on 
Thursday, February 12th, at 9 o'clock A. M. 

The Fees for admission to the several Courses of Lectures, payable 
strictly in advance, and by cash only, are $75. Matriculation Fee, payable 
each term, $5. 

Pupils who have attended two full courses of Medical Lectures, one of 
which has been in this School, are admitted to all subsequent courses with- 
out payment of any Lecture Fees. 

Students who have attended two full courses at other regular Medical In- 
stitutions, are required to pay $25 for admission to their first course of Lec- 
tures at this School, in addition to the Matriculation Fee. 

The Graduation Fee, including the Diploma, is $20. 

No student will be allowed to attend any course of lectures in this School 
without the certificate of the Secretary. Members of the medical profession 
are cordially invited to attend the lectures at any time. 

Graduates of other Schools, who have been engaged three years in the 
regular practice of medicine, may receive a general ticket upon presentation 
of their diplomas and payment of the matriculation fee. Every student is 
expected to remain till the close of the term. 

EXAMINATIONS AND GRADUATION. 

Students, and particularly candidates for a Degree, are examined either 
daily or weekly on the subjects of the Lectures. Especial attention is direct- 
ed to the fact that members of the Faculty, in each department, hold gratui- 
tous examinations on specified evenings of each week, upon the subjects of 
the lectures. 



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The Faculty, believing it to be desirable for students to pay especial at- 
tention to the primary branches during the first portion of their course of 
study in order that they may be better prepared to appreciate the more ad- 
vanced subjects in the latter part, voted four years ago, that any student 
might present himself for examination in Anatomy, Physiology and Chem- 
istry (any or all), at the regularly appointed time for examination, provided 
he previously presented to the Secretary satisfactory evidence that, at the 
close of the current term, he had completed at least twelve months of actual 
study, and had attended a full course of lectures in this School. Those 
who are examined in Anatomy are required to present evidence that they 
have under competent instructors dissected not less than two parts. The 
same requirements will be enforced in the case of those who are examined in 
this department at graduation. Two years ago they voted addition- 
ally that any student may present himself for final examination in Materia 
Medica and Therapeutics, and in Obstetrics, at the regularly appointed time 
for examination, provided he previously presents to the Secretary satisfac- 
tory evidence that, at the close of the current term, he shall have complet- 
ed at least two years of actual study and have attended two courses of lec- 
tures, the second of which must have been in this School. An official rec- 
ord of the result of the successful examinations shall be kept by the Secre- 
tary. The successful passage of an examination will not exempt a student 
from faithful attendance upon any exercises in any department during sub- 
sequent courses. 

The examinations for the Degree of Doctor of Medicine are held by the 
Faculty of Medicine at the close of the course of Lectures. Degrees are con- 
ferred at Commencement. 

The candidates must be twenty-one years of age, and must have devoted 
three years to. their professional studies under the direction of a regular 
Practitioner of Medicine. They must have attended two full courses of 
Lectures in some regular, incorporated Medical Institution; and the 
last course, previous to examination, must have been at this School. 
They must deposit with the Secretary of the Faculty satisfactory certificates 
of good moral character, and of having pursued their medical studies for the 
required term. They must also pass a satisfactory written and oral examin- 
ation in Anatomy, Physiology, "Surgery, Chemistry, Materia Medica, Phar- 
macy, Obstetrics, Pathology and Practice. They must also present a Thesis 
or Dissertation on some medical subject, a fair copy of which must be depos- 
ited with the Secretary of the Faculty at least ten days before the com- 
mencement of the examination at the close of the Lectures. These copies 
are preserved in the Medical Library.